A coalition of environmental charities has backed action to control deer numbers, ahead of a Holyrood debate on Tuesday.
Ruth Davidson has been accused of breaking Scottish Parliament rules by recording party political messages in the building.
Delays to a previously-agreed water pipeline upgrade have been criticised by Highlands and Islands MSP Rhoda Grant.
Politicians across Scotland are on alert after a suspected anthrax package was sent to council offices in Angus.
Aberdeen's teacher vacancy crisis may continue until 2020, new documents have revealed.
The Scottish Fishermen's Federation has insisted Scotland must abandon the EU Common Fisheries Policy.
A long-awaited review into business rates by the Scottish Government may not make any difference to the bills firms ultimately pay, the man in charge has admitted.
SNP MPs have been accused of "hypocrisy" on Europe after signing a pledge that would protect fishermen by keeping Scotland out of the EU.
Scottish Secretary David Mundell has claimed the test for Nicola Sturgeon at the general election will be whether the SNP can match its 2015 performance.
Economy secretary Keith Brown will unveil the Scottish Government's infrastructure investment plan progress report in Inverurie today.
Highland MSP said she met defence secretary to discuss Fort George… When she had actually met his junior
A Highlands MSP has had to correct Holyrood's official record after mistakenly stating she had met UK defence secretary Michael Fallon.
A Highland MSP has been reprimanded by First Minister Nicola Sturgeon for breaking an embargo over a crucial report, the Press and Journal can reveal.
The Scottish Government has rejected a council call to put forward millions in business rates relief for Aberdeen firms, ending weeks of speculation.
Nicola Sturgeon claimed yesterday that the snap UK election was called so that the Conservatives can escape the consequences of alleged expenses fraud.
Jeremy Corbyn has urged voters to set aside the Scottish independence battle in the run-up to the Westminster election - claiming that only Labour can "transform the lives of Scots".
A north-east MSP sold more than £30,000 of shares in one of the world's biggest tobacco companies just days after being sworn in at Holyrood, it has been revealed.
The son of a man killed by a hit-and-run driver high on drugs has welcomed plans for a legal crackdown.
Conservative MSP Ross Thomson will fight the Aberdeen South seat at next month's general election, the Press and Journal can reveal.
Scotland's Housing Minister Kevin Stewart will probe the sex for rent scandal, First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has announced.
The battle to save the 250-year-old Fort George garrison from the axe has been re-ignited at Holyrood.
A move away from fishing quotas towards limited days at sea has been ruled out by a Scottish Government fishing boss.
David Mundell has claimed Scottish ministers asked the UK Government not to publish its response to the proposed separate plan on Brexit for Scotland.
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A campaign to introduce tougher laws to crackdown on drug-driving will be launched today - as figures reveal the number of deaths now match those for drink-driving.
A leading expert has argued Scottish voters will still face "substantial uncertainty" about the implications of Brexit if a second independence referendum is held in spring 2019.
A leading Tory MSP has called on Scottish voters to "back anyone but the SNP" in a bid to derail a second vote on Scottish independence.
Conservative MSPs in the north-east have been urged to reconsider their support for a controversial new rape clause.
The Scottish Government has been accused of failing to tackle the gender gap in sport.
Education Secretary John Swinney said maintaining teacher numbers and pupil-teacher ratios would be a priority as he unveiled five pledges for SNP councils today.
Theresa May has come under renewed pressure to guarantee the rights of EU citizens based in the UK after figures revealed nearly 200 work at the Westminster Parliament.
An SNP minister has played down the prospect of using Holyrood's new powers to mitigate the Conservative Government's controversial "rape clause" policy.